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Yosemite Renaissance 32 At Gallery 5

OAKHURST — If you haven’t stopped into Gallery 5 to see the Yosemite Renaissance exhibit yet, you still have time to do so. The 32nd Annual Yosemite Renaissance is on display through Sunday, Nov. 26. For over 150 years, artists have played an important role in the establishment of our state and national parks, inspiring people to visit iconic natural sites, ...

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Oakhurst Community Band: Free Winter Holiday Concert

OAKHURST — The Oakhurst Community Band presents their soul-stirring Winter Holiday Concert on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 3 p.m. The concert will be held at Mountain Christian Center and features a special appearance by the Yosemite High School Concert Choir. This is the 14th season for the popular group, and admission to the concert, as always, is free. Featuring music from ...

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YHS Arts Showcase “Pop-Aganda”

Submitted by Evan Higgins — OAKHURST — There is power in imagery and truth in words, but what lies between the lines and what exists outside of the frame is just as important.   If we pause and take on the premise that every picture aims to tell us a pointed story and every story aims to crystalize an exact ...

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Theater, Music, Art, Imagery: Diary Of Anne Frank At YHS

OAKHURST — The Yosemite High School Theater Arts Department presents the classic coming of age story told during World War II, from a young girl’s perspective, in The Diary of Anne Frank. The production will be presented in a Living Museum theatrical format, says Department Chair Lars Thorson. That will include live music, video projections, and a degenerate art show ...

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Chris Proctor Returns To Coolwater Ranch

AHWAHNEE – Breathtaking, spectacular, and exquisite. Those are just some of the words critics have used to describe Chris Proctor, National 6 and 12 String Champion, who brings his amazing variety of guitar sounds and textures to Coolwater Ranch on Saturday, Nov. 11 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Influenced by such great and diverse talents as Michael Hedges and Leo ...

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Golden Chain Revue Celebrates 100 Years Of Musical Theater

OAKHURST — For those who enjoyed “I Can’t Believe That Didn’t Win a Tony!” get ready to love “Another Openin’, Another Show!” as the Golden Chain Theatre players take the audience through dozens of your musical favorites across the past century. The revue opens Friday, Oct. 27 and runs weekends through Nov. 19. Shows on Friday and Saturday start at ...

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Yosemite Western Artists Showcase And Sale

AHWAHNEE – Members of Yosemite Western Artists (YWA) invite the community to stop by their collective home at Gertrude Schoolhouse on Saturday, Nov. 4, for the YWA annual Artists Showcase from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gertrude Schoolhouse is located on Road 600 just off Highway 49 in Ahwahnee. Yosemite Western Artists is an association of artists and art patrons dedicated ...

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The Story of Mariposa Brought to Life on Stage

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa County Arts Council’s Mariposa Theatre Alliance will present a live multi-media theater piece titled The Story, written and directed by Les Marsden. Featuring local acting talent, The Story will be presented on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27 – 28, and Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3 – 4 at 7 p.m. with a matinee performance Sunday, Nov. ...

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Squirrel Cage Theatre Presents “Seven Brides For Dracula”

NORTH FORK — This year’s Fall Follies will be a hilarious musical adaptation of the classic horror story transformed into a spoof titled “Seven Brides for Dracula.” The Squirrel Cage Theatre Co. first performed this popular comedy in 1985, and they are excited to bring it to the stage once again. Dracula takes up residence close to a sanitarium “For ...

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Mariposa Symphony Orchestra Concert Launches 16th Season

MARIPOSA — The sixteenth season of the Mariposa Symphony Orchestra begins on Saturday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. with a concert consisting appropriately of sixteen pieces: the complete Slavonic Dances of Antonín Dvořák. Mariposa audiences will have the very rare opportunity to hear them played in their entirety, live in concert. Comprised of two sets of eight dances each, many ...

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